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Audiobook narrated by Gary Furlong, Distributed by BookFunnel

A cinnamon roll Viking, a socially anxious sweetheart, and a decades-long secret crush.


I’ve been in love with my brother’s best friend since I was twelve, and twenty years later, Erik Osouf is still so far out of my league, we aren’t even playing the same sport. Not that I play sports. That means talking to people, and my social anxiety makes that all but impossible. 


It also makes my brother incredibly overprotective, and while I love that Stef always has my back, it’s why I still can’t tell Erik how I feel. It would wreck their friendship, and after everything Stef’s done for me, I won’t ever be the cause of that. I just wish my heart would get that memo.



For years I thought of Jules Evans as the quiet, sweet kid who regularly crushed me at Mario Kart, and let fireflies loose in our camping tent. Then he accidentally admits he’s in love with me. He doesn’t remember saying anything, and I’d never embarrass him by mentioning it, but since then I can’t stop thinking about kissing him. 


If it was anyone else, I’d probably have told them how I feel by now. But he’s my best friend’s younger brother. The same best friend who told me Jules is off-limits. That makes this all kinds of impossible. Unless I can convince them both I’m the right man for Jules.


Choose Me is a low-angst, brother’s best friend, contemporary MM romance about flawed but devoted families, taking chances, and sweet cinnamon roll Vikings. It contains no cheating, and a guaranteed HEA.

Content Warning:

This book contains intimate scenes between two adult men, swearing, underaged drinking, and main characters with severe social and general anxiety.

If any of these things are triggering for you, please skip this novel. Your well being is important!

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5 days ago

This one made me think

I love this series. In this book I was surprised. Yes, the characters were nicely developed over the series, but the anxiety issue really made me think. You really don't know what someone else is going through, and sometimes through others you discover something about yourself that you hadn't considered. Have I always avoided confrontation? When stuck in a situation do I want to shut down? Is my husband a nervous wreck in social situations? Yeah. We've got some things we are dealing with, but I didn't actually recognize the "symptoms" in myself. I thought that was how everyone felt all the time. So thank you for making me aware of something in my life that is a little challenging, and hopefully being aware of it will help me find ways around it. Thank you for writing characters that exhibit challenges and making people more aware of them. Both in themselves and how to recognize it in others and perhaps a little bit of how to de-escalate things.